With the offseason now in full swing for the Cleveland Cavaliers, everyone is counting down the days, hours, and minutes until free agency begins.
And one question looms over everything, one that only LeBron James can answer: "Should I stay or should I go?"
Every team in the NBA wishes it could land King James. In reality, there are only five teams that have a real shot at snagging the precocious superstar.
Each destination has much to offer both on and off the court for LeBron and these franchises will be rolling out the red carpet for him.
LeBron winding up in Dallas may be a long shot, but Mark Cuban definitely has deep pockets and the Mavericks could also play some home games at the new Texas Stadium.
Cuban can also help LeBron in the quest for a championship by building a team around him and Dirk Nowitzki.
With new billionaire owner Mikhail Prokhorov, the Nets are one team that has the cash to build an entire team around LeBron.
Currently, the Nets' move to Brooklyn is looking good, a fact that certainly may help sway LeBron.
Furthermore, he'd be treated like royalty in New Jersey, a place desperate for a title.
Did I mention his good friend Jay-Z owns a portion of the team?
Offering LeBron the best chance to pair up with another top-five NBA player, Miami looks like a strong candidate to cash in on the LeBron sweepstakes.
A second plus?
South Beach is right down the road from American Airlines Arena!
And Dwyane Wade knows what it takes to win a ring, having already won one in 2006.
With the Bulls recently reaching out to Phil Jackson to return to the Windy City to coach and the surplus of talent they already have in players like Luol Deng, Derrick Rose, and Joakim Noah, this could be the best fit for LeBron if he wants to win a title ASAP.
Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
Another Chicago Bulls/Phil Jackson Dynasty?
With LeBron James already entrenched as the face of this franchise and city, this is his best choice.
Mike Brown was just fired!
Phil Jackson is going to have to take a pay cut in Los Angeles.
All he needs here is for his teammates to commit and play a little harder.